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thu posted: Thu 2023-03-23 15:03:57 tags: n/a
And another cycle's recon window closes (~9:30a), and statement review opens. * * * CA: Campaign #43 awarded: Epic defensive earth gem with balanced general boost and Evade. Not entirely trash, I decided to stick it on my Hades Boots for my Evade loadout. 5th-quintile epic Evade starts at 1.3456%. It took ~60 refine crystals but I eventually rolled +1.44% Evade. * * * Venmo is hawking debit cards with a promo for 5% rewards on gas. This would be a competitive edge if it was a credit card - but ... (...more)
tue posted: Tue 2023-03-21 21:19:32 tags: n/a
3 things that would help eliminate redundancy and improve accuracy - Let cardholders enter their requested proj-phase at upload, instead of having them hand-write or digitally annotate on receipt images. This ensures valid project-phases, eliminates back-and-forth between reconciler and cardholder when project-phase was invalid or not explicitly given. - Add a status field to the transactions table, representing "more info needed for reconciliation". This would save a lot of tedium copy/pasting, man... (...more)
mon posted: Mon 2023-03-20 15:51:44 tags: n/a
A hurry-up-and-wait kind of day.

Critical Role: S1E7: The Throne Room

sun posted: Mon 2023-03-20 15:50:46 tags: n/a
RotMG: TIL The Cursed Library is quite do-able with a 7/8 maxed Priest, although the Tome of the Tarnished Gods probably has a lot to do with that. I had also figured out while working through 1500 fame on Archer and Wizard that Manor of the Immortals is tough, but pretty consistently do-able. Still haven't mastered Haunted Cemetery yet; I may need to work on my Summoner cheese to beat boss Skuld. Rogue is supposedly another good class for that dungeon. * * * A few days ago I was mulling over plans... (...more)
mon posted: Mon 2023-03-13 12:43:05 tags: n/a
better than breakfast * * * r/Philosophy: Core Virtues of the Stoic Tradition - and how to develop them tl;dr - Wisdom: Understanding the world and successfully navigating its complexity. Courage: Standing up for what’s right. Justice: Treating others with respect and dignity. Temperance: Responding to situations appropriately, without excess or deficiency. * * * ... (...more)